You’ve just gotta see this photo.
That man is breeding gigantic rabbits in hopes of staving off famine in North Korea. He’s already sold off a few.
I don’t know about you, but I’m not sure big-ass bunnies are a smart idea. In many cities, rabbits have joined, if not superseded, the ranks of raccoon, deer, Canada geese, o’possums and stray cats. These animals have three things in common: prolific breeding, hardy all-weather fur coats, and a non-picky diet (note: They love to eat human trash).
While enormous rabbits may help feed poor North Koreans, they also will get loose and decimate gardens and farms.
Haven’t we learned anything?